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I have sent my fiance my tax transcripts and my Mom's (my co-sponsor) tax transripts for the last 3 years. Is this sufficient or do I still need the W-2's and 1090's? I really hope not coz the tax transcripts has all the info they need.

Please advice. Thanks in advance. (L)

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I think that's it as long as you above poverty level. I would wait to hear from someone else that went through the process recently. Let us know because I dont want to have to collect all those papers (bank letter, employer letter, and pay stubs) if I don't need to.


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Chuck, the packet 4 that I got from US embassy gave us a list of the documentations to bring for the interview and which one of them is Evidence of Support which compose of Affidavit of Support Form signed and notarized, Income Tax Return(Form 1040), Form W-2, Employment Letter stating salaries and bank statements may be included. Your fiancee might be put in Administrative Review if she didn't bring those with her. It takes months to be put on AR.


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Chuck, the packet 4 that I got from US embassy gave us a list of the documentations to bring for the interview and which one of them is Evidence of Support which compose of Affidavit of Support Form signed and notarized, Income Tax Return(Form 1040), Form W-2, Employment Letter stating salaries and bank statements may be included. Your fiancee might be put in Administrative Review if she didn't bring those with her. It takes months to be put on AR.

I've read of a case where the CO wanted the W-2 and didn't care if the info was on the transcript. I don't think that case was at the Manila embassy, but I'm trying to cover all the possibilities and do have the W-2 in my papers.


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during my interview most of us there was asked for tax transcript and W2


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You can request copies of W2s from the IRS but they take longer. It would be easier and quicker to ask for a copy from the employers directly.


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Chuck, the packet 4 that I got from US embassy gave us a list of the documentations to bring for the interview and which one of them is Evidence of Support which compose of Affidavit of Support Form signed and notarized, Income Tax Return(Form 1040), Form W-2, Employment Letter stating salaries and bank statements may be included. Your fiancee might be put in Administrative Review if she didn't bring those with her. It takes months to be put on AR.

I've read of a case where the CO wanted the W-2 and didn't care if the info was on the transcript. I don't think that case was at the Manila embassy, but I'm trying to cover all the possibilities and do have the W-2 in my papers.

:thumbs: :thumbs:

Better to have it all, than be re-scheduled..

It's a case to case basis, sometimes depends on the interviewers mood if they gonna ask for it or not. I dont have my husband transcripts during my interview yesterday, but i got his 1040s and W2s. Anyway, they didn't asked me any financil documents, but for my peace of mine, I got it all ready. :yes:

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I have a question regarding ITR's..

So ok.. What I submitted to NVC for my Affidavit of Support I-864 was my 2004, 2005, and 2006..

Now that I have an Interview on Feb 20. Do I need to show 2007 ITR also... I am afraid they might ask me for a co-sponsor and put my wife on AR..

I didn't make that much last year.. I am a $600 short of the poverty line level..

I was thinking of not mentioning 2007 ITR since I didn't submit that for my I-864 anyways..

What should I do?


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NVC Case Complete = January 2, 2008

Received Packet 4 here in the US (Interview Packet) = January 18, 2008

Case Left NVC Forwarded to USEM Manila = January 23, 2008

SLEC Medical = Jan 31 and Feb 1, 2008 (2 days)

USEM Manila Interview = February 20, 2008 @ 8:30am = DONE! (Status: 2 Months wait is over APPROVED)

CFO Guidance & Counseling = April 17, 2008

Visa in Hand = April 18, 2008 (Our Wedding Anniversary)

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I have a question regarding ITR's..

So ok.. What I submitted to NVC for my Affidavit of Support I-864 was my 2004, 2005, and 2006..

Now that I have an Interview on Feb 20. Do I need to show 2007 ITR also... I am afraid they might ask me for a co-sponsor and put my wife on AR..

I didn't make that much last year.. I am a $600 short of the poverty line level..

I was thinking of not mentioning 2007 ITR since I didn't submit that for my I-864 anyways..

What should I do?

since the deadline for filing taxes is April 15th, i don't think they would ask for it, since your interview is in Feb.


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since the deadline for filing taxes is April 15th, i don't think they would ask for it, since your interview is in Feb.

Plus what I had in mind was.. Aren't they only going ask you for the ITR's you submitted to NVC with the I-864?

I will just shut my mouth regarding 2007 ITR..

Thank You so much for the advice.. Got a little peace of mind.. :idea:


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NVC Case Complete = January 2, 2008

Received Packet 4 here in the US (Interview Packet) = January 18, 2008

Case Left NVC Forwarded to USEM Manila = January 23, 2008

SLEC Medical = Jan 31 and Feb 1, 2008 (2 days)

USEM Manila Interview = February 20, 2008 @ 8:30am = DONE! (Status: 2 Months wait is over APPROVED)

CFO Guidance & Counseling = April 17, 2008

Visa in Hand = April 18, 2008 (Our Wedding Anniversary)

Arrival in the US and POE = April 23, 2008 JFK Intl. Airport New York City

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:blush: Thanks all for your input. Just to be sure, and because I have a cosponsor, I just went ahead and scanned all of our w2's from 2004-2006. He can just print them out and bring it with him to the embassy during his interview.

I have all our tax trascripts, employer letters, bank statements, and I had just accepted an offer from my future employer (I graduate in May from Pharmacy school) and they are giving me a letter that I will give to Patrick that states the amt of money I will be making after graduation. I hope that's enough documentation... Oh, I hate paperwork! I want this to be over :) I am sure everyone feels the same!

Thanks again! (F)(F)(F)


June 11 - Mailed I-129F to TSC

June 14 - CSC Received I-129F

June 20 - I-129F Notice Date

Nov 2 - NOA2

Nov 8 - NOA 2 hard copy

Nov 20 - Package left NVC

Nov. 26 - USEM received our packet from NVC

Jan 8- Early Medical, received Packet 4

Jan 10- Medical Passed after 3 days in SLEC!!! Whew!!!

Jan 17: Early CFO seminar

Jan 30 - SLEC Medical Exam Appt

Feb 7th - INTERVIEW appointment at USEM (APPROVED!!!)

Feb 12th - Visa on Hand!

Feb 15th - Patrick's departure

Feb 18 - Pat filed for Social Security # and we applied for marriage license

March 1- WEDDING DAY

March 14 - Pat got his SS card thru the mail

Mid-April - We received our marriage license in the mail

May 2- Michelle's graduation :)

May 5- AOS Filing

May 13 - NOA 1 for AED AOS

May 31 - Biometrics

June 25- Notice of Tranfer of Docs to CSC

July 16 - EAD - Card Production Ordered

July 24 - EAD Card RECEIVED

July 25 - AOS WELCOME NOTICE RECEIVED

July 28 - GREEN CARD received!!!

April 30,2010 - I-751 sent to VSC

May 04, 2010 - I-767C

MARCH29, 2012 - N-400 SENT

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